A woman in Queensland got the fright of her life when she woke up in the middle of the night to find a snake in her bed، daily mail reported.
Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers posted a photo on Facebook of the curled up python، explaining how the familiar serpent، which usually lived on the roof of their home near Eumundi، fancied sleeping elsewhere on Tuesday night.
'I was sent this photo by one of my followers yesterday. They had a resident python that lived in there roof at their home just outside of Eumundi for a while and they would see him from time to time but he would always go back up into the roof،' Stu the snake catcher wrote.
'However one night she woke to find the snake curled up in the bed with him at 3am!
'Crazy. Snakes don't want to hurt us، sometimes they just want to snuggle،' he added.
The photo shows the python curled comfortably at the top of her bed، right next to her pillow.
The snake catcher advised residents to install a fly screen and keep doors and windows closed to avoid the unwanted slithery guests.
Under the photograph، Facebook user Jamie Buckley wrote: 'I wouldn’t be able to sleep anymore and have to move if this happened to me.'
Pamela Ankney commented: 'Snakes don't bother me at all. However، I'm not fond of spooning with them.'